Manchester United could well be re-united with former starlet Ravel Morrison, if reports in the Metro are to be believed.
The source claims that West Ham may consider selling the highly talented youngster in order to fund transfer activity in the winter transfer window.
Furthermore, there is a clause in his contract that allows Morrison to leave if his club receive an offer of £18million or more.
The England U21 international arrived at Upton Park for a fee of £650,000 back in 2012, with then-United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believing that is was best for his career to depart Old Trafford.
However Morrison has blossomed under Sam Allardyce, and reports have recently emerged suggesting that David Moyes is interested in bringing him back to Manchester.
The 20-year-old has just 18 months left on his current deal and, with West Ham keen to bring in the likes of Nikica Jelavic and Demba Ba, could be sold with a view to raising money for improvements- particularly given the fact they sit in the relegation zone.
Manchester United on the other hand could well see a move for Morrison as a suitable option. Moyes is reportedly desperate to improve his midfield and the Hammers fan-favourite more than fits the bill for the long-term.